Flights of the Week: Australia, Italy and Asia

Posted: 3 January 2020 1:57 pm
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A weekly round-up of the best flight deals across the Internet.

It's the end of the week which means we are bringing you only the hottest flight deals for the weekend.

This time around we have airfares from up to 30% off domestic flights with Tigerair, Asia and Europe on sale from $135 one-way with Scoot and Rome is on sale from $844 return courtesy of China Southern.

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30% off: Tigerair is flying you across Australia

With the new year officially here you can be flying across the country with up to 30% off your airfares. Take off from $49 one way from Sydney to Coffs Harbour, Gold Coast to Sydney, and Melbourne to Hobart.

The fares don't stop there with flights from Melbourne to Adelaide from $55, Hobart to Gold Coast from $109 and Sydney to Melbourne from $59 one way.

  • Sale ends: Tuesday 7 January 2020, unless sold out prior.
  • Travel dates: 28 January to 2 April 2020. Specific dates apply depending on your flight.

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We love these flights because:

  • All airfares are direct, so get to your holiday faster.
  • Spend your days on the beach by booking the Gold Coast during February or for a cooler escape, Melbourne in March is your safest bet.
  • Destinations include Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Coffs Harbour and more.

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$135: Scoot your way to Asia and Europe

Explore Ho Chi Minh, Manila or Bangkok with Scoot. Score the cheapest fares flying to Singapore from Perth starting from $135, Gold Coast from $159 and Sydney or Melbourne from $179 each way.

Other destinations include Krabi, Macau, Luang Prabang, Harbin and Chiang Mai.

  • Sale ends: Monday 6 January 2020, unless sold out prior.
  • Travel dates: Until 31 October 2020. Specific dates do apply depending on your flight and there may be blackout periods.

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We love these flights because:

  • Singapore airport is a stopover on all flights which is a sight to see in itself.
  • Destinations run across Asia and Europe including Chennai, Taipei, Berlin and Greece.
  • You have almost a whole year of holidaying with the travel dates running until October 2020.

Red car in the streets of Rome

$844: Say Ciao to Italy with China Southern

Eat all the pizza and pasta the world's best have to offer with China Southern. You could be flying to Rome from Melbourne starting from $844, Sydney from $917 and Perth from $948 return.

Other fares are taking off from Brisbane starting from $978 and Adelaide from $962 return.

  • Sale ends: These airfares aren't part of a specific sale, so tickets will be available until they sell out.
  • Travel dates: 27 February to 26 May 2020. Specific dates do apply depending on your flight.

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We love these flights because:

  • China Southern is a 4-star airline as awarded by Skytrax and a full-service airline.
  • The travel periods run over the Italian spring so you'll have low crowds and warm temperatures.
  • A full-price fare can be upwards of $1,600 so you're saving almost half of what you could be paying.

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